Something New about the 1564 Apostol from the Diaghilev-Lifar Collection

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This note reveals new facts about the 1564 Apostol from the Diaghilev-Lifar Collection by examining some previously unknown notations in the book. In the middle of the seventeenth century a high-ranking hierarch, Metropolitan Kornilii of Kazan and Sviiazhsk, donated the book to a church in the Kazan district.

Something New about the 1564 Apostol from the Diaghilev-Lifar Collection

in Canadian-American Slavic Studies

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I.A. Ustinova“Kornilii,” in Pravoslavnaia entsiklopediiavol. 38 (Moscow: Pravoslavnaia entsiklopediia2015) 120–122.

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E.L. NemirovskiiIvan Fedorov i ego epokha: Entsiklopediia (Moscow: Entsiklopediia2007) 100–103. The library of the Kazan Federal University has a copy of the 1564 Apostol which originates from Viatka. E.I. Amerkhanova “Ekzempliar Apostola Ivana Fedorova v fonde Nauchnoi biblioteki im. N.I. Lobachevskogo Kazanskogo federal’nogo universiteta” in D.N. Ramazanova ed. 450 let Apostolu Ivana Fedorova. Istoriia rannego knigopechataniia v Rossii: Pamiatniki istochniki traditsii izucheniia (Moscow: Pashkov dom 2016) 181–183.

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    Apostol (Moscow: Ivan Fedorov and Petr Mstislavets, 1564), fol. 53v (notation about the donation of the book by Metropolitan Kornilii to a church in the Kazan region in 1650/51)© British Library Board, C.104.k.11.

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